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Happy Fall, Y'all! The trees are starting to change colors, I am not sure where you may located but here the foliage is starting to look pretty spectacular. Mornings and evenings are getting chilly and that crisp Fall feel is starting to happen. Last weeks party was pretty spectacular and there were so many wonderful fall crafts and recipes, it was hard narrowing the spotlight to only four.
THIS WEEK'S FEATURES
Old Time Pottery and her Outdoor Tablescape
The Organized Dream and the stuffed Pumpkin Peppers
Simply Darrling and her Duct Pumpkins
Busy Being Jennifer and her Maple Bourbon Coffee
Its true I appear to be a fan of all things Fall, so please join in the fun and share all of your spectacular posts. In order to narrow my choices I focused on the season but I still encourage you to not just review this week's posts but check out the archives too, so many wonderful ideas.
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CJ @ Morsels of Life
Those Pumpkin Peppers look like such fun! Thanks for hosting another great party. 🙂
What? See, sometimes is sounds like our weather is the same, but you actually get fall colors?? So jealous! Have a great week, Audrey!
Ha ha, one of the other hosts wrote this and I didn't notice that. Our leaves do change color in fall, but that's because this is spring for our California native plants after going dormant in our dry hot summers. The sage I was going to pull out because I thought it was dead starting sprouting leaves after one tiny little rainstorm last week.
Jean | DelightfulRepast.com
Audrey, I love autumn. And someday I'm going to do a "color tour" in Vermont! In the meantime, I'll check out some of these fab fall fun posts.